That a young family was turned away from a restaurant because they were wearing masks, I immediately wonder why they had to choose that restaurant. Especially if it has made clear it has a 'No Masks' policy. Pick another restaurant. Even if you were unaware its policy, once the establishment explained the policy, the field was open for other restaurants that no doubt didn't have such a policy. Or you could run to the news media and complain.
It makes me think of those gay couples who travel a hundred miles uphill in ten feet of snow past dozens of openly gay owned bakeries that cater to gay couples in order to find that one bakery owned by a conservative Christian. At that point they run to the nearest lawyer or news outlet. It also makes me think of decades of hearing liberals say 'If you don't like it, you don't have to listen, or go there, or watch', and so on, which never seems to apply anymore (like so many old liberal values and talking points).
This is part of the Propaganda Wing of the Covid crisis. It also makes me think of something my second son told me. He said many who oppose the vaccines and masks haven't done a good job convincing him they're right. But those who support the vaccines and masks have done everything to convince him they're wrong.